The data is preliminary, but studies conducted by Professor Edison Fedrizzi indicated that those who took the viral triple were 54% less likely to have the symptoms of covid-19 and 74% less likely to go to the hospital for complications from the disease. The vaccine also showed effectiveness for 3 to 4 months when taken with the first dose and may be effective for up to 8 months for the second booster dose.
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It is important to say, however, that the triple viral does not replace vaccines against covid-19, nor should it be considered a kind of “early treatment”.
In a note issued two weeks ago, UFSC reinforced the idea that the study is preliminary and pointed out good responses to scientists. But even so, it is important for the population to take vaccines against covid-19 and keep their vaccination records up to date.
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